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Should I reply with my changes or just edit the original texts? For now, I'm just going to edit the original.

Re: The Antarctic Rainforest by PolytonPolyton, 06 Apr 2020 02:26

I honestly love this. The art and media is top tier and perfect for the atmosphere this piece is trying to achieve, and the actual story itself is both told in a very fascinating way with how it comes across in the gameplay as well as being an example of just how screwed-up both Arcadia and the employees who try to go against them are. Serious +1.

by Brewsterion 1017Brewsterion 1017, 06 Apr 2020 02:16

[Placeholder. Will crit in a few hours. (Remind me if I forget)]

First skip I've written in over three years, this one's about the US government finding and looting Atlantis.

Will write more here later.

Author Post by GreenWolfGreenWolf, 06 Apr 2020 02:07
Ellie3Ellie3 06 Apr 2020 02:03
in discussion Per Page Discussions / Per page discussions » SCP-720

This is pretty damn great, probably my favorite Arcadia piece so far. I especially love the presence of all of the media— the art, videos, and audio is all put together very well, especially the "SCP-720-1 in the ROLLER RINK." image. +1

by Ellie3Ellie3, 06 Apr 2020 02:03

While a few details more details are planned out now the idea is still very tough as a whole.
I'd recommend taking some time to read some guides, and other AI related SCPs and thinking in what you think will make this SCP really unique.

You should have an idea of a story with a definite beginning that hooks your reader, a middle that keeps their interest and a punchy end in this article. This is important.

Think about the sort of person the creator of the SCP is, and for what purpose they'd make something like this.

Feel free to PM me when you've made some more significant changes to your idea, or alternatively you can PM a member of the butterfly squad to get a second opinion on your idea.

Please use the "edit" button under "Options" rather thank posting one comment after the next. Not only is this in the rules, but it also prevents forum spam.

Also, I would suggest going back to the drawing board.

King of the Meese

Staff Post - Open by Alces_alcesAlces_alces, 06 Apr 2020 01:57

Consider this a placeholder.

Re: SCP Idea: A Glass Disk by Truc LinhTruc Linh, 06 Apr 2020 01:51

SCP-720, Panopticon, a brand new Arcadia offering!
Has images, audio, video, mostly handmade by me!

When a three year old needs go get some sleep and a 27 year old is wondering how to put him in,
lord Blackwood in the land of Wonder!
He was asleep enough to give him to his parents without feeling guilty.
Lord Blackwood is now my favourite SCP. But mainly for this Tale.
He already was but that's besides the point.
thx 8D

honestly you saved me by Mr_ChechaMr_Checha, 06 Apr 2020 01:35

The anomaly is too weak from a narrative standpoint to make an article last on the mainsite. You need a narrative for it to be solid to stand on. Along with this, this is only a thing that harms people and harm/ danger doesn't equal interesting

Cliches list:
Developing Concepts:

King of the Meese

Re: A Pirated Saw DVD by Alces_alcesAlces_alces, 06 Apr 2020 01:31

Author, per the Ideas Forum's new policy:, all new posts in the ideas forum must conform to a standard format.

Please first read the stickied thread at the top of the ideas forum for more information on this policy and then edit your original post to reflect this format. "Edit" can be found at the bottom right of the post, underneath "+ Options".

I am now changing the SCP to be a small lamppost at the top of a hill. It is said by an urban legend that a time traveler was killed by the FBI there and that his powers seeped into the matter around him. (I don't know if this is really a good backstory, it might need more work)

Main Issues

Other Issues

I hope this makes things more clear.

Thanks for the critique! I must admit I was sceptical about the idea of a donkey too, but wasn't sure what clear point on the article should be. your suggestions on this helped me steer this through a stronger point. thanks!

Re: One less step by theinuitetheinuite, 06 Apr 2020 01:22

Sorry this reply was a messup and I can't delete it. Ignore.

Ignore by optimistic_mothoptimistic_moth, 06 Apr 2020 01:06

Seeking Greenlights: Yes

Page Type: SCP Article

Genre: Science Fiction

Elevator Pitch: The SCP is thought to be a shapeless, invisible entity that possesses humanoid organisms through touch. Although, the humanoid must be willing to be possessed, or nothing happens. Although, when the brain of the body that the SCP is residing in shuts down, it will either instantly move to possess any humanoid creature within 20 feet, which the humanoid does not need to be willing for the transfer to complete successfully, or, when there are no humanoid creatures within 20 feet, it will enter a stasis until a humanoid creature enters the area.

Central Narrative: The SCP claims to be over 670 years old, and seems to have spent all those years in Europe. Throughout those years the SCP has stolen bodies and lived their lives. E.g., it lived the entire life of a girl. It was recovered living as an adult man with a wife and a daughter in England.

Hook/Attention-Grabber: This SCP is (surprisingly) one of the only ones like it.

Additional Notes: I have an idea that the SCP has a different personality for different bodies, but that idea may be removed. I thought it would add an actual sort of trait to the SCP but I’m not sure. It would be nice if feedback was left on my idea(not many details because it's just an idea). Please tell me if this idea already exists or is already an SCP.

SCP Idea by optimistic_mothoptimistic_moth, 06 Apr 2020 01:02

I quite enjoyed this, and I think it would have had an easier time outside of Series 1.

by Cregan StarkCregan Stark, 06 Apr 2020 00:58

Can we possibly get a more complete explanation?

Edit: Does this have to do with Trademark law? Does this have further implications beyond this one instance?

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